Past events

Find information about past ANU Health and Medicine events.

7–9pm 13 October 2022

Ukrainian Refugees in Australia: Current and Future Challenges

The ANU Medical Students' Society is honoured to welcome His Excellency Vasyl Myroshnychenko, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Ukraine to Australia and New Zealand, to participate in this event.

Promotional image for film - young aboriginal boy

5pm 28 September 2022

Take Heart Deadly Heart film screening and panel discussion

A must-see documentary and panel discussion. Join us as we explore the causes of RHD and the impact on people, families and communities.

4pm 19 August 2022

Rainbows in science

Hosted by ANU, this event is aimed at LGBTQIA+ young adults who are interested in science!

4.15pm 16 August 2022

Learn about the Master of Professional Psychology

Learn about what it is like to study Professional Psychology at ANU with Dr Kristen Murray, and hear from our current students Jack and Amelia about their experiences.

Master of Professional PsychologyThe School of Medicine and Psychology

9am 1 April 2022

Connect with us - WhatsApp and WeChat student groups 2022

Are you keen to start meeting new people before you start your program at ANU? Connect with them through our online Whatsapp & WeChat groups for students commencing in July 2022

4–5pm 9 March 2022

Women in STEM: Role models from the Australian National University

Join us to celebrate International Women’s Day 2022. This panel discussion comprises of our esteemed panellists who will reflect on their journey and contributions to inspire the upcoming generation of female leaders.

2pm 13 January – 2pm 14 January 2022

ANU Virtual Advisory Sessions 2022

Join the ANU College of Health & Medicine online drop-in advisory sessions presented by the Australian National University (ANU).

The John Curtin School of Medical ResearchThe National Centre for Epidemiology and Population HealthThe School of Medicine and Psychology
Dr Brett Scholz

7.30pm 20 October 2021

Partnering with Service Users in the COVID Response

Involving patients, carers, and community members in strategic and operational decisions in healthcare has always been important – and potentially even more so in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. These are the health sectors key stakeholders, and understand the health system more holistically, and more personally.

Man wearing a hat that says Love Your Neighbour

9am 14 October 2021

Impact Series - Unlocking the social cure: building community to improve mental health

Social connection is one of most robust predictors of good health known to science. So why don't we have better solutions to loneliness?